(Left) X-ray tomography will aid identification of target organisms in a genetically marked sample. (Center) Dynamic three-dimensional imaging will then study molecular interactions to uncover process mechanics. (Right) Electron tomography will correlate detailed dynamics with high-resolution cellular structure.
Credit or Source: Argonne National Laboratory
US DOE. 2014. New In Situ Imaging and Measurement Technologies for Biological Systems, US Department of Energy Office of Science. (p. 1) (PDF)
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